(YouTuber in Book Form): Follow Me by Ricky Dillon

I should probably start this review by pointing out a few things. I don’t really watch YouTube. I use it for K-Pop music videos and for learning how to fix a leaky taps without having to call a plumber. The YouTube personalities I’ve seen on TV shows like The Amazing Race tend to irritate me. …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Things Books Make Me Want to Do!

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Top Ten Things Books Have Made Me Want To Do or Learn About After Reading Them   Sounds like fun 😀 Books always make me …

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(Blackholes and Romance): The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood

The Square Root of Summer is one of those books I’m not sure how to describe and do it justice. The main character Gottie is a little lost in her life. When her beloved grandfather/surrogate father Grey died, her brother moved to London, her boyfriend broke her heart and her Papa buried himself in his …

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(Intrigue in Ireland): Chasing River by K.A. Tucker

K.A. Tucker is an expert at delivering compelling stories which entwine mystery, drama and romance. Chasing River is a perfect example of that! Wanting to explore the world and see what life is like outside of her small town, Amber Welles is ready for her European adventure. An adventure she wasn’t expecting to cost her …

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(A Cinderella Story): Everything But the Truth by Mandy Hubbard

When wealthy playboy Malik assumes Holly is another rich relative visiting family in the fancy retirement home her mother manages, she doesn’t correct him. Things between them were never going to get serious – they come from different worlds and in just a few months Holly is leaving for college. But when flirting leads to one date …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books Set in Australia!

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Ten Books Set Outside The US  I’m going to take this as an opportunity to give some love to some of my favourite Aussie based …

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Changers: Drew by T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper

Ethan has had a lot of changes in his life recently. Relocating to a new state, preparing to start high school and leaving everyone he knows behind. He never expected to wake up the first day of freshman year in a new body! With a new face, name and gender, Ethan (now Drew) has to acclimate …

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(Deja Vu?): The Iron Trial by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare

Callum Hunt isn’t like most twelve year old boys. He’s magical. Despite his father doing all he could to prevent it, Call finds himself as a student for the prestigious and mysterious Magisterium – a magical school hidden from human eyes. At the Magisterium, Call learns more about his magical legacy as well as his …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Random Facts about Me

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Ten Facts About Me (bookish or just general about you facts or ten facts about you as a blogger…whatever you want) So here a …

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(Fanfiction come to life): Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

I don’t think I’ve ever read a book as meta as Rainbow Rowell’s Carry On. For those who have read Fangirl, you may be familiar with Simon Snow – a teenage wizard from a famous fantasy series Cath is in love with. Carry On is the fanfiction which Cath writes in Fangirl – how do …

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